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At Old Mt Pleasant Dentistry we hold to the old fashioned value that the patient is the most important person in our office. We use treatment plans that are practical and with the utmost concern for pain control, using the most advanced technology. Our staff will take time to explain any treatment plan and how to avoid dental problems in the future.

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We are conveniently located right off Ben Sawyer Blvd in Mt Pleasant at 1309 Warrick Lane.

Address: 1309 Warrick Lane Mt Pleasant SC 29464

Phone: 843-881-0668

Email: info@oldmtpleasantdentistry.com

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What are 5 Common Dental Problems that Affect Adults?

What are 5 Common Dental Problems that Affect Adults?

By | Oral Health, Uncategorized

Taking good care of your teeth is important no matter how old you are, but as you age, your risk factor for oral health issues increases.  The good news is that many problems can be prevented with a combination of good oral hygiene, a healthy diet, and regular visits to your dentist.  Here are five common oral health issues that affect adults and what you can do to alleviate these problems. Missing Teeth The average adult between ages 20 and…

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Pros and Cons of Dentures vs Dental Implants

Pros and Cons of Dentures vs Dental Implants

By | Cosmetic, Oral Health

Missing teeth may not only affect your appearance, but may lead to a variety of oral health issues.  A gap in your teeth may impact how you speak or eat.  A missing molar may affect how you chew your food.  Remaining teeth surrounding your gap in teeth may begin to shift or become crooked, and bone loss may occur around the missing tooth.  The good news is there are a variety of treatment options to replace a lost tooth that…

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Is It Time for a Deep Cleaning to Help Prevent Gum Disease?

Is It Time for a Deep Cleaning to Help Prevent Gum Disease?

By | Oral Health, Oral Hygiene

How your smile looks is very important, but did you know that a portion of your smile is below the gum line?  That’s why taking good care of your gums is essential to your overall oral health, and a deep cleaning is sometimes necessary.  A deep cleaning is known as scaling and root planing, and involves the removing of plaque and tartar that have built up below the gum line.  Build up below the gum line is an invitation for…

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Smiling Bright? These Foods Could Stain Your Teeth.

Smiling Bright? These Foods Could Stain Your Teeth.

By | Cosmetic, Dental Visit, Oral Health, Oral Hygiene

The yellowing or staining of teeth is not just a problem for the older generation but for younger patients as well. There are many foods that will lead to the staining of your teeth – which is causing us to see stained teeth more and more among adolescents and children. There are three primary culprits that cause tooth staining. Chromogens – Chromogens are compounds in your food and drink that cause deep pigmentation and easily stick to your tooth enamel. Tannins…

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What You Need to Know to Maintain Healthy Teeth with Braces

What You Need to Know to Maintain Healthy Teeth with Braces

By | Cosmetic, Oral Hygiene

It can be frustrating when trying to brush those areas of your teeth that are difficult to clean or hard to reach when you wear traditional braces. Your dentist will always encourage you to brush your braced teeth after every meal and right before you go to sleep each night. Here are some recommendations that may help keep your braced teeth clean while making sure you do not harm or damage the dental appliances.  Be particularly careful with the type…

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Do Your Teeth Ache When You Fly?

Do Your Teeth Ache When You Fly?

By | Oral Health

Yes, you are not imagining that your teeth may ache when you fly.  Teeth may become more sensitive and develop a growing pain as the plane leaves the airport and ascends into the skies.  Not only will current dental issues become evident as you begin to climb into the air, but your oral issues may feel worse than when you are on solid ground. You may even notice new tooth pain for the first time.  What is happening, and why…

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